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a port in NE Ohio, on Lake Erie.
Historical Examples

He made the drawings for the iron Howe truss bridge over Ashtabula Creek—the one which had lately fallen.
The Ashtabula Disaster Stephen D. Peet

Two names well-known in literature belong to Ashtabula County.
Stories Of Ohio William Dean Howells

Ashtabula, on a creek of the same name, gives its title to a county.
Travels in the Interior of North America, 1832-1834, Part III (the Text Being Chapters XXVIII-XXXIII of the London Edition, 1843, and the Appendix a Combination of the Appendices of the London and German [Coblentz, 1839] Editions) Maximilian, Prinz von Wied

His name will always be associated with Ashtabula in the sad memories of that hour.
The Ashtabula Disaster Stephen D. Peet

They were brought from Ashtabula to Youngstown by rail, thence to Pittsburgh by river.
A Short History of Pittsburgh Samuel Harden Church

It should have reached Ashtabula before sundown, and it was now dark and the lamps had long been burning.
The Ashtabula Disaster Stephen D. Peet

The name Ashtabula is an Indian word first applied to the river and said to mean “fish river.”
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 7 Various

A citizen from Ashtabula came along, and I asked him to watch my charge while I brought back the other to a place of safety.
The Ashtabula Disaster Stephen D. Peet

In 1809 he removed thence to Conneaut, in Ashtabula county, the extreme north-eastern corner of Ohio.
Lippincott’s Magazine, Vol. 26, August, 1880 Various

When eleven years of age his family removed to Ashtabula County, Ohio.
Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX Joel Palmer


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